Dr. Sanjib Saha

  • Qualification: M.Sc., M.Ed., Ph.D.
  • Designation: Guest Lecturer in Zoology
  • Contact No: 9831478035
  • Email: zoo_msc@rediffmail.com
  • Area of Specialization: Neurobiology, Toxicology

Research Extension:


Teaching Experience:

Zoology (Immunology, Biochemistry, Animal Physiology etc.)


Award of excellence for presenting paper (WBSSTC, BESU, 2013); Science Academics’ Research Fellowship (IASc, Bangalore, 2013); FASC (AW). 

Professional Membership:

1. Editorial Board Member in Pencil Publication of Biological Sciences Journal (India), Azarian Journal of Agriculture (Iran), Research Journal of Biology (India), International Journal of Advanced Research in Biology (India), Asia Journal of Applied Microbiology (Pakistan). 2. Reviewer member in Indian Journal of Fisheries (ICAR, India), American Journal of Zoological Research (USA), G-Journal of Environmental Science and Technology (India), International Journal of Applied Sciences and Biotechnology (Nepal, India), Time Journal of Biological Sciences and Technology (India), Asia Journal of Applied Microbiology (Pakistan). 3. Life member of Society of Toxicology, India (STOX); The Zoological Society, Kolkata, India; Academy of Sciences for animal welfare, India.

Important Publication:

(Total 22 research papers and 11 seminar abstracts)

1. Saha, S. 2012. Hematopoiesis and wound repairment of Crustacea. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing GmbH & Co. KG., Germany.

2. Saha, S. 2012. Environmental Education. APH Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, India.

3. Saha, S. 2011. Indian education in vision of Swami Vivekananda: a review. VDM Verlag Dr. Muller GmbH & Co. KG., Germany.

4. Saha, S., Ray, M. and Ray, S. 2011. Effect of sublethal concentration of arsenic on hemocyte density in edible crab, Scylla serrata. In: Jose Rosa Gomes (Ed.), Animal Science and Issues. Nova Publisher, New York, USA, pp. 27 – 36.

5. Saha, S.,Ray, M. and Ray, S. 2008. Nitric oxide generation by immunocytes of mud crab exposed to sodium arsenite. In Zoological Research in Human Welfare. ZSI, Kolkata Pub., paper 44: 425 – 428.

6. Saha, S and Ray, S. 2014. Sublethal effect of arsenic on oxidative stress and antioxidant status in the edible crab, Scylla serrata in India. Clean-soil, air, water, 42(9): 1216 – 1222 (Wiley pub.).

7. Saha, S 2012. Immuno recognition and detoxification mechanisms of Crustacea against biounsafe environment. Journal of Ecotoxicology and Environmental Monitoring, 22(6): 529 – 539.

8. Saha, S.  Ray, M. and Ray, S. 2009. Activity of Phosphatase in the Hemocytes of Estuarine edible mud crab, Scylla serrata Exposed to Arsenic. Journal of Environmental Biology, 30(5): 655 – 658. 

9. Saha, S., Ray, M. and Ray, S. 2008. Kinetics of nonself surface adhesion and phagocytic response of hemocyte of Scylla serrata exposed to sodium arsenite. Toxicology International, 15(1): 15 – 19.

10. Saha, S. and Ray, S. 2006. Enumeration and hemocyte profile of the estuarine mud crab, Scylla serrata. Environment and Ecology, 24S (3A): 818 – 819.

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